National Steel Car: Transforming How Rolling Stocks are Produced

Canada is home to one of the most extensive railroad network in the world. They have been producing these networks since the late 19th century, and through hard work, they managed to build a great network of railroads that spans from the east coast to the west coast. During the times when Canada was still building its railroads, a group of affluent investors from the city of Hamilton met and brainstormed about how they can benefit from the railroad project that is being constructed by the Canadian Government. After hours of excessive thought exchange, the group decided to establish the National Steel Car, a manufacturing firm which would create quality rolling stocks that can be exported someday. The National Steel Car was officially launched in 1912, and because of its premise, it has attracted a lot of investors and they started funding the company leading to its immediate success.

 

 

More than one hundred years later, the National Steel Car is still alive and kicking. Though they experienced some crisis during the Great Depression, World Wars, and in the 90s decade, the National Steel Car managed to innovate and averted being bankrupt. The company was purchased by a wealthy entrepreneur named Greg Aziz, and under his leadership being the current president, chairman and CEO, the National Steel Car experienced some changes, and it greatly benefited the company.

 

 

1One of the changes that the company experienced is the addition of new workers that will create more rolling stocks. In the 1960s, a steel manufacturing firm called Dofasco purchased the National Steel Car. They employed hundreds of individuals, and by the time Gregory J Aziz purchased the c